So she's suing because she blindly trusted a machine instead of using the human brain? I mean, sure I guess she could sue. But I certainly hope she doesn't win. Machines can be wrong, and if one leads you someplace you may think dangerous; then you're going to have to find another way. Use your head, sheesh.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
While I was in Mexico, we noticed that in the middle of most of the sidewalks were these huge holes. They were deliberate holes, some had trees planted in them, some had drains, some had electrical connections. They were like a foot deep. We laughed and remarked about how such things would never fly up in the US. I mean, those ever present holes actually required that one look where they are walking and step around or over them. And Americans, as a whole, cannot be expected to do such things. We chuckled about how there would be lawsuits galore if just one of those holes existed on some sidewalk in the US. Amazingly, though... in Mexico, people actually were capable of stepping over or around them.